If you were born before 1995 or just watched a lot of Foxtel after school like this writer, Trinny and Susannah need no introduction.
But, it’s been brought to my attention there are some whose personal style and inner monologue hasn’t yet been informed by brutally honest feedback delivered in British accents, so let’s recap.
Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine are, in my opinion, the High Priestesses of fashion.
You can watch a snippet of the magic that is Trinny and Susannah below. Post continues after video.
The friends and fashion commentators solidified their place in pop culture when their makeover show What Not To Wear debuted on Britain’s BBC in 2001.
What Not To Wear was everything you ever wanted to know about how to look good in clothes from two women who felt like your grown up, effortlessly stylish, no bullsh*t, potty-mouthed friends. Rather than tiptoeing around, Trinny and Susannah specialised in delivering straightforward, sometimes-brutal truths about how to dress to show off their best bits.
They were able to do this because both Trinny and Susannah were, and still are, honest about their own flaws. They firmly believed no woman is perfect, nor does she have to be.